I got a good deal on my Elantra gt hatchback. Jag was super nice and showed me everything about the cars I liked. Got a good car on my budget. Also all the staff were super nice. I highly recommend key west ford.
Went in looking for my first car, came out with an awesome deal today. Peter took the time and effort to help me out to make sure I got the car that I wanted. Michelle did a great job with the financing of the vehicle. Both of you two did an amazing job and I thank you for you help today!
Easy going, not pushy and personable
Allan was great! He knew that my wife and I were interested in purchasing a Pre owned vehicle and was instrumental in helping us find what we were looking for. He listened to our needs, instead of telling us what we wanted to hear. He was personable and friendly. We never felt pressured into purchasing something that didn’t fit our needs. I would highly recommend Allen to anyone who is looking for a great experience during a car search. His knowledge is second to none and his attitude is great!
Bought my first car today with, Jeff Upton. He answered all my questions and helped me find the perfect SUV. Michael Nokes was also there helping Jeff out and explaining what to look for in a used car and the pros and cons that come with it. Great to deal with, very friendly and kind,
Michelle and Nick helped me with financing and they were great, and patient with me. Answered all my questions and concerns with detail. Loved them, so kind and so friendly.
I couldn't have asked for a better experience with my first major purchase!
Jag was super help full and well knowable of the cars
he did great job to explain everything and at the end help to set up Bluetooth and navigation system I am really thankful to Jag for this experience
Great service and for sure will come back afin
Great sales and communication
I bought a used 2016 mustang gt just recently from Lino. He was very helpful, friendly and answered all my questions. I also spoke in great length with Michael Nokes the sales manager. He was easy to get along with and a general overall nice guy. I would definitely recommend key west ford to anyone looking for a brand new or used ford. Lino didn’t pressure me into buying that first day I arrived. You will feel comfortable dealing with him and Michael nokes.
Excellent service and follow through
We were window shopping for a new vehicle in the near future. Tom showed us exactly what we wanted and made the deal happen today. We are exceptionally happy with his service and would recommend friends and family go see him at Key West Ford!
Very helpful, knowledgeable staff that made it easy to decide on a vehicle. We are happy with the experience and would definitely recommend this dealership.
Change is a good thing
Best attention to my needs & very respectful 😊
Jag and the team are very hospitable. They all made me feel as tho’ I was their guest. I was lucky that they had exactly what I needed in the lot and I was given the best deal I could have hoped for. Thank you, Jag !
The struggle proves all too familiar - with you trying to force unwieldy items into the back of a pick-up, battling with hooks and knotted straps. A half-ton bed should deliver convenience but instead you find yourself cursing every inch. There’s simply no way to accommodate your day-to-day payloads; and you’re forced (yet again) to leave crucial cargo behind.
Nissan sympathizes with your flight - and it seeks to offer a more adaptable solution, introducing drivers to its 2018 Titan. This platform has been fused with an exclusive Utili-Track system (shown below in the truck's 2017 predecessor) to redefine the storage experience in Seattle.
Nissan recently revealed its 2018 Titan - promising superior cargo storage with the inclusion of the Utili-Track system. This collection of cleats and channels enables drivers to customize their pick-ups. Built-in tie-down loops securely adjust to all payloads, while moveable tracts create specially sized compartments to house items both large and small. The factory-sprayed bedliner promotes scratch-resistant support; dividers and extenders can be shifted as needed; and available sliding tool boxes provide convenience, seamlessly pressing against the wall when not in use. An integrated 120-volt outlet further enhances hauling, accommodating every tool with ease.
With this inclusion of the Utili-Track system, the 2018 Titan proves ideal for residential and commercial demands alike - with its expansive bed (up to 98.4-inches) fully maximized. This truck can adapt to every need with the press of a button, introducing drivers to the automated tracts they’ve been longing for.
Want to learn more? Contact our team today to request a demonstration of the Titan’s Utili-Track system.
It’s the slowest of seconds - with your eyes going wide and your fingers curling tightly across the steering wheel. Somehow time seems suspended, lost between the slam of a foot against the pedal; and your mind whirls in a frantic need to stop, stop, stop. This too-slick road has you spinning, though, and your car can’t be controlled. The brakes fail in the wake of black ice.
You end up in a ditch - shaken and unnerved.
Nissan wants to ensure that this never happens again - which is why, to protect drivers against the dangers of the road, it’s bolstered the 2018 Titan with superior brakes. No longer fear the highway. This pick-up promises smooth responses with every mile.
According to Nissan, its new Titan is a dynamic option - emphasizing seamless decelerations and immediate stoppage. It counters it massive 5.6L engine with a four-wheel disc system, utilizing 13.78-inch ventilated brakes in the front and 13.58-inch rear hydraulics. Power assist technology anchors each tire, improving overall traction; while an electric pump provides high fluid pressure (which maintains optimal performance levels). A rack-and-pinion steering system further enhances control, allowing drivers to quickly adjust their speeds and lane positions.
The 2018 Titan has been carefully engineered to respond to changing conditions with ease - utilizing its advanced braking system to deftly stop. Its all-season tires (available in 18-inch or 20-inch options) will deliver precise grippage with every curve.
Through this, Nissan ensures that Seattle drivers remain safe on the highway.
The Seattle streets rarely prove forgiving - with their tight corners and narrow lanes leaving drivers frustrated. Navigating these small spaces is no easy task; and those in big-wheeled pick-ups will find themselves wincing with every mile.
Nissan seeks to offer a solution - delivering advanced driver assistance technology to every Titan fan. The 2018 platform is bolstered with a suite of programs: each helping to streamline the downtown process.
According to Nissan, the 2018 Titan - despite its size - will be deft in tight spaces. Front and rear sonar systems will provide real-time monitoring, alerting drivers to the presence of pedestrians and passing vehicles alike. Blind spot warnings will prove vital in low visibility areas, and Moving Object Detection software will anchor the Around View console (which offers access to multiple camera angles and immediately recognizes potential obstacles when parking). Warning chimes and touchscreen notifications will be given to drivers in the event of a possible collision, affording them ample moments to respond.
To further assist consumers, the new Titan also features downhill speed control technology - a system that seamlessly moderates MPH performance. This ensures smooth handling on sudden inclines (Including those found in parking garages and other downtown buildings). Maneuvering through challenging terrains will prove now simple.
Take the 2018 Titan for a spin in Seattle. Contact our team today to schedule a test-drive!
The noise proves deafening - a series of engine rumbles and shrieking gales, all slipping through the cracks of a window. You sigh, wondering when silence became a luxury on the highway. Your car seems to magnify every ambient echo, forcing you to endure every rattle, creak, and howl.
Nissan believes you deserve some peace. This is why it’s transformed the 2018 Titan into a quiet powerhouse - ensuring that drivers can experience easy travels.
As a recent press release explains, the 2018 Titan is designed for silence. Laminated side glass windows help to reduce exterior distortions, creating a barrier between riders and the road; while advanced body sealing is applied to both the bed and cabin to eliminate vibrations. The 5.6L Endurance V8 engine has been isolated in the front to dampen every rev; and the use of underbody covers and rear tire wind deflectors ensures minimal environmental sound, pushing air and rain away from the platform.
With every mile the 2018 Titan embraces the quiet - reducing overall ambient noise by more than 15%. This allows drivers to better enjoy their travels, with all distractions muted. No longer endure the city cacophony.
Want to test the sound-reducing technologies of the new Titan? Contact our team today to schedule a test-drive in one of our current models.
It seems an impossible weight - with boxes stacked in sagging piles, their edges bent from the excess of items inside. You bite your lip, anxious, as each one is slid into the back of a pick-up. The bed creaks from the heavy onslaught, and the axle shakes. With each extra pound the entire platform seems to wilt. This… is not good.
Nissan agrees - which is why it’s providing drivers with the premium payload performance they crave. Prepare, Seattle, for the arrival of the 2018 Titan.
With the release of the 2018 Titan, Nissan is propelling the payload market forward - ensuring that its four unique configurations accommodate every driver need:
Bed Length: 5.5 Feet.
Payload Capacity: 1,610 pounds.
Bed Length: 8.0 feet.
Payload Capacity: 1,950 pounds.
Bed Length: 6.5 feet.
Payload Capacity: 1,630 pounds.
Bed Length: 8.2 feet.
Payload Capacity: 2,910 pounds.
The new Titan emphasizes variety - allowing drivers to choose the cab styles that best reflect their specific needs. Haul off-road toys or commercial stock with equal ease, relying on the 5.0L Endurance V8 and class-leading payload ratios. This truck will excel with every mile.
Want to learn more? Visit our dealership today to request further performance specs for the 2018 Titan - and don’t hesitate to schedule a test-drive in one of our available models.
Adventure extends far beyond the Seattle highways - and yet too often do you find yourself hesitating to seek the unfamiliar trails, worried that your pick-up will falter. Its thin-fendered frame wasn’t meant for rough miles; and you’re certain that its small tires and meager engine will succumb to Washington’s demanding inclines.
Nissan suggests seeking a half-ton platform that’s tailored for the backroads - like the 2018 Titan.
Nissan recently unveiled its latest Titan pick-up - and critics are already celebrating its off-road capabilities. The fully-boxed ladder-style frame proves durable; while the advanced suspension system (which boasts a double-wishbone design in the front and a leaf-spring configuration in the back) smoothly adapts to changing miles. A rear rigid axle provides balance; twin-tube shock absorbers counter friction; and the inclusion of dual stabilizer bars creates a nimble ride, allowing the truck to gently greet every corner.
All of this pairs with carefully calibrated all-season tires (available in 18-inch steel or 20-inch aluminum-alloy designs) to ensure smooth handling. The 2018 Titan has been customized for any Washington road, with Nissan tailoring the chassis for everyday adventures.
Want to take it for a back-country ride? Visit our dealership today to learn more about the 2018 Titan and to request a test-drive in one of our current models.
It’s a constant struggle - with your hands forever leaving the steering wheel, fumbling always for features that are never quite in reach. You battle with awkward port outlets and inconvenient compartments; you try to navigate the cramped cabin quarters. Nothing is ever where you need (or want) it to be. Instead a pick-up was designed to accommodate only the absurd.
With the impending release of the 2018 Titan, Nissan seeks to change this. Expect more from your half-ton experience.
According to a recent press release, Nissan is bridging the gap between function and fashion. While its leather-trimmed interior will certainly impress, the Titan will prove its true value in everyday ease. It’s been tailored for convenience, offering drivers:
Storage - console-side pockets now line the dash and doors, accommodating maps, smartphones, and other essential items.
Syncing - 12-volt and 110-volt power outlets flank the cabin walls, allowing for easy device charging and digital downloads.
Support - seven assist grips can be found throughout the Titan, enabling passengers to quickly slide inside.
Start-Up - a remote engine system has been added to this pick-up, providing instant access to the automatic climate controls, perimeter alarm, and more.
These functions ensure that the 2018 Titan will provide consumers with the simplicity they crave, with Nissan fusing every line with smart mobility. Consider, for example, the recent cabin re-design - which improves overall spatial needs by relocating the steering column. This frees valuable console room, adding 15-inches to the central stand. Consumers can now store their laptops and tablets with ease… without interfering with the rear cupholders and second-row climate vents.
Nissan truly has thought of everything.
Want to see how the 2018 Titan will redefine the Seattle market? Visit our dealership today!
Performance extends far beyond torque. Instead half-ton platforms must deliver agile responses - maximizing both speed and efficiency with every mile. Aerodynamic designs ensure that drivers achieve optimum capability; and the need to counter drag defines every fascia decision.
This is why we’re thrilled to announce that the 2018 Titan will prove ready to impress - connecting consumers to the full-throttle performance they deserve.
According to a Nissan press release, the new Titan has been meticulously sculpted for Seattle’s changeable conditions - with its exterior intended to combat many environmental factors. Spoilers along the tailgate and front bumper help to eliminate drag; while covers for the dual tow hooks reduce overall wind exposure. Deflectors placed along the back fenders improve aerodynamics, sluicing away rain and sleet; and the inclusion of an advanced cabin seal further improves performance, lessening the impact of sudden gales.
To ensure superior responses, Nissan has fused the 2018 Titan with Active Grille Shutter technology. This system - which shields the radiator from excessive air, closing the front openings as needed - greatly reduces exposure to the elements and allows the truck to power through every terrain.
When these technologies combine, they create a platform that is ready for any challenge - delivering 390 HP, 394 lb.-ft of torque, and a combined MPG of 18. Class-leading capability is achieved.
To learn more about the 2018 Titan contact us today.
It’s an obscure angle. You peer hopelessly at your rearview mirror, trying to gauge the distance between your car and the curb beyond. The sidewalk looms behind your rear bumper and a collision is all too possible. Slowly you steer the platform into place, inching your way between the lines. Your caution proves futile, however, as a grating scrape of concrete and chrome rings through the morning.
You’ve made (costly) contact.
With the release of the 2018 Titan, Nissan seeks to provide drivers with the 360-degree support they deserve - helping to eliminate the chance of a downtown collision and improve performance. Prepare for the Around View monitor.
According to a press release, Nissan has bolstered its 2018 Titan with Around View capability. This advanced monitoring system enables drivers to confidently navigate the tightest of spaces - blending front, rear, and side cameras to achieve a comprehensive environmental scan. High-definition pixels showcase every angle; while Moving Object Detection (MOD) technology releases audio alerts in the wake of a passing pedestrian or vehicle. Through this, both parallel and perpendicular parking will prove far easier.
No longer struggle with narrow corners and unforgiving lanes. Instead allow the Around View monitor to provide a 360-degree perspective, with its front and rear sonar systems negating the chance of a crash. Maneuvering the Titan’s standard 5.5-foot box will be no challenge.
Want to test the capabilities of the Around View monitor? Contact our team today!
A simple rule defines the automotive world: what remains unbroken should never be fixed. While progress proves essential, the world’s leading brands recognize the value of maintaining the systems that launched them to the forefront of the public consciousness. After all, change doesn’t always translate to success.
This is why Nissan is keeping its 2018 Titan on the V8 path. Deviation is neither necessary nor welcome.
As a recent press release explains, the 2018 Titan will continue the tradition of V8 performance in Seattle. Beneath the hood of this 139.8-inch pick-up is a 5.6L Endurance engine - capable of achieving 390 HP and 394 lb.-ft of torque. This best-in-class ratio is ensured through Nissan’s innovative Variable Valve Event and Lift (VVEL) system, which pairs hydraulically-controlled timing with electronic intake power to enhance throttle responses. Through this, air and fuel levels are increased; and the truck can blaze down every road.
To further improve performance, Nissan has also fused its 2018 Titan with enlarged valve openings and non-variable camshafts. This provides a seamless burst of power with every mile and helps to maximize overall revs (expect up to 5,800 RPMs).
With the impending release of the 2018 Titan, Nissan is embracing the past to ensure a better future. To learn more about this platform contact us today.